Mallorca and Spain way ahead for UK holiday bookings
Almost a third of holidaymakers intend going to Spain.
Spain's 14-day COVID-19 rate rises to 2,722 per 100,000
The number of cases of coronavirus rose by 242,440 on Friday compared with Wednesday.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for January 8
You can keep up to date with the weather across the island here.
Pollensa - the story of cinemas and now concert halls
In 2015, Pollensa town hall acquired the cinema for 850,000 euros.
Distributors concerned about the number of workers off sick
A key issue is getting workers signed back on to work.
The Karma of Facebook’s automatic translations
Pollensa and Sa Pobla do seem to be more dogged by the oddities than others.
Court annuls obligation for taxis to have card payment dataphones
Taxi driver associations appealed against an obligation that came into effect in 2019.
Real number of Covid positives likely to be double those reported
On the basis of almost 5,000 new cases a day, the reality is more like 10,000.
Daily Covid cases climb above 4,000 again
Total number of cases since the start of the pandemic is over 150,000.
British accounted for 21% of summer tourist spending
Between them, British and German tourists were responsible for 43% of all spending.
Tackling Mallorca's mountains to help fight cancer
Sean Judkins is organising the second multi-sport challenge in Mallorca to raise funds and awareness for Cancer Support Mallorca.
Nomads head to Mallorca
All areas of Spain are looking at attracting remote workers from overseas.
Trio of pastas was so delish
Thumbs up or Thumbs down? What does our critic have to say about this restaurant?
What's On Saturday 8 January and Sunday 9 january
Take a look what events are taking place across the island.
Mallorca's third league defeat in a row
A missed penalty and a goal ruled out for Mallorca.
“I trust our government but in some instances I do feel it is double standards....”